- Reviews: 4771
Great Parnassus: Three nights in Cancun
That was my first all-inclusive and the most expensive ($265 for a night) hotel I’ve ever stayed in. I’ve never tried such way of rest before and I don’t think it’s my way to spend my holidays. But it was unforgettable experience for never repeat something like that longer than 3 days… It wasn't my choice because I've been told that all the hotels in Cancun are all-inclusive hotels.
You can watch my 3 min 43 sec Video Cancun Great Parnassus Hotel part 1 out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
Guests paying the all-inclusive rate have access to:
• The resort’s 10 restaurants and 11 bars
• 3 outdoor Jacuzzis and 4 pools
• 2 lighted tennis courts
• Movie-style theatre
• Gym & fitness center, sauna and steam room
• Hospitality room
• Complimentary parking
- Reviews: 4771
Hyatt Regency Merida: A night in Merida
I spent a night in this hotel when we explored Yucatan on the way from Ruinas Uxmal to Ruinas Chichén-Itzá. We came to Merida in the second half of the day, took our accommodation and went to the excursion. I came back late in the evening, explored the hotel and its attractions. I would say it was one of the best hotels on our path between Mexico City and Cancun.
It located at the centre of Merida 20 minutes walk from the Zocalo.
You can watch my 4 min 00 sec Video Merida Hotel Hyatt out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
The spacious room features a separate sitting area, work desk with high-speed Internet, marble bath with plush robes and two double beds with soft cotton Blancos Covadonga linens. Deluxe amenities include satellite television and 24-hour room service.
- Reviews: 4771
Best Western Del Mar Hotel: A night in Campeche
I spent a wonderful night in this hotel on the way from Palenque to Uxmal Mayan ruins. I slept tight because of the sea breeze from the Gulf of Mexico into my see-view window and watched dreams about Mayas (didn't see the Doomsday fortunately, haha!).
You can watch my 1 min 10 sec Video Hotel Del Mar in Campeche in the evening out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
Just a few streets ahead from the hotel you will be able to find diverse museums as the “Baluarte de la Soledad de la cultura Maya”, “El baluarte de San Carlos”; “Casa número 6” antique dwelling that shows the way of living on the XIX century and a few minutes away you will find “San Miguel´s Fort” which lodges the “Anthropology and Archaeology” museum or “San Jose el alto” Museum with showings from the age of piracy. You will be able to enjoy a walk on our modern sea side walk that has the best sunsets in Mexico, visit our historical downtown considered by UNESCO as humanity’s cultural patrimony.
- Reviews: 4771
Villa Mercedes: A night in Palenque
It’s a pity that I spent there only one night.
This modern retreat inspired in the tropical forest hotel has an exceptional location 5 minutes from the Archaeological Site and a few miles from spectacular landscapes, lakes and waterfalls.
It is surrounded by the most exotic natural beauty and gorgeous gardens.
The hotel has been designed for tourist and business travelers.
They feature 92 comfortable 5-star accommodations for you (though I think it’s a 4-star hotel).
I enjoyed a pleasant experience and facilities that include pool and restaurant. There are also temazcal and spa.
You can watch my 4 min 42 sec about Palenque Video Palenque Villa Mercedes in the morning out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
The hotel offers you:
Two swimming pools, A Mayan temazcal spa, La Floresta Restaurant, Bar, Hammocks, Gardens, Meeting room, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Conference room, Travel Agency, Souvenirs shop, Complimentary parking lot onsite, Laundry and dry cleaning service.
- Reviews: 4771
Villa Mercedes: A night in San Cristobal
I spent a night in this 3-stars hotel. It’s comfortable enough and conveniently located approximately 2 km from San Cristobal de las Casas Cathedral.
It remains true to its colonial heritage, stone works, old furniture and the abundance of colors and fine fabrics for which Chiapas is so justly famous.
You can watch my 1 min 57 sec Video San Cristobal de Las Casas Villa Mercedes out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
Rooms have mountain or garden views. The 67 guestrooms at Hotel Villa Mercedes include safes. Guests can use the in-room complimentary wireless and wired high-speed Internet access. 32-inch plasma televisions are equipped with cable channels. Bathrooms offer showers with rainfall showerheads, bathrobes, makeup/shaving mirrors, and hair dryers. Additional amenities include complimentary bottled water and windows that open. In addition, amenities available on request include irons/ironing boards and wake-up calls. Turndown service is offered nightly and housekeeping is available daily.
- Reviews: 4771
Hotel Calli: A night in Tehuantepec
Like many other tourists we stayed there because we needed a place to have a sleep between Oaxaca and San Cristobal. It was the worst hotel on our Mexican tour. But we have been told by our guide that there was no alternative in Tehuantepec. The room wasn’t bad but water in the closet was almost dirty…
The hotel is located just 5 minutes away from Tehuantepec and the Casa de la Cultura. It is about 20 minutes to Salinas Cruz, Oaxaca and La Ventosa beach is 25 minutes away.
You can watch my
49 sec Video Tehuantepec Hotel Calli evening out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
2 min 26 sec Video Tehuantepec Hotel Calli in the morning out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
This contemporary style hotel was built in 1975 and completely renovated in 2005. There are 100 rooms spread over 3 two or three storey buildings. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility and a cloakroom. Furthermore, the hotel features a garden, a terrace, a restaurant serving regional dishes, a café, a bar, conference facilities …
- Reviews: 4771
Hotel Victoria Oaxaca: A night in Oaxaca
I spent a wonderful night in hotel Victoria. The fondest memory is the breathtaking views of the city and valley of Oaxaca out of my balcony.
The hotel is surrounded by terraced grounds and well-kept, lovely flowering gardens, with a quiet retreat-like setting, this softly meandering, two-story complex is perched on a hill that overlooks the city, mountains and valley of Oaxaca.
You can watch my 3 min 00 sec Video Oaxaca Hotel Victoria out of my Youtube channel or here on VT.
Standard rooms and junior suites feature colorful native weavings and hand-painted wood furniture. The standard rooms are located in the main building of the complex and afford beautiful views of the valley.
While walking the beautiful grounds is a great pleasure, the staff provides shuttle service, free of charge, to and from Oaxaca’s main square.
All rooms are air conditioned and have telephone, color satellite TV, safety deposit box. Private bath with hair dryer.
- Reviews: 4771
Melia Mexico Reforma Hotel: Two nights in Mexico-City
In the beginning of my trip along Mexico I spent two wonderful nights in Meliá Reforma which is one of the luxury Mexico City hotels.
It is located right at the beginning of this spectacular avenue, at number one, on the corner of Avenida Plaza de la Republica, next to the famous sculpture of “El Caballito”.
It is just 20 minutes driving from Mexico City’s international airport and 20 minutes walking from Zokalo. Unfortunately I couldn’t take an advantage from this circumstance because of shift of time between Moscow and Mexico and I was too tired in the evenings to walk to Zokalo.
The hotel built in modern style It represents an impressive 20-story atrium-style lobby features a monumental abstract sculpture, seating areas enclosed in brass-ribbed gazebos and a classic European flair.
The hotel is conditioned with modern facilities and boasts first class service.
You can watch my 2 min 48 sec HD Video Mexico City Melia Reforma Hotel part 1 out of my Youtube channel.
You can watch my photo of Mexico City on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 19° 26' 7.63" N 99° 9' 2.40" W or on my Google Earth Panoramio Melia Reforma Hotel.
- Reviews: 428
Fiesta Americana: Luxury and Isolation
We stayed in a Master Suite. Being in the exclusive Club area, we had a two-room suite, use of a pool reserved for Club guests, and access to a lounge that served an ample and complimentary continental breakfast as well as drinks and snacks throughout the day.
Of the two full-service restaurants, one is open all day for buffet meals, the other aspires to serve gourmet dinners.
With the exception of check-in -- which took us over 45 minutes -- service was extraordinarily good. And every staff member we met was friendly and helpful.
On-grounds shopping is presently limited to a small gift shop.
- Reviews: 57
Nomadas Hostel: Merida's Backpacker Central
Nomadas Hostel provides a great base to explore Merida, the Yucatecan capital city. Merida itself is very walkable, with old colonial buildings and interesting squares. Nomadas Hostel is only a few blocks from the zocalo and within walking distance of many of the key historic buildings, churches and museums of Merida's historical centre.
The hostel has both dorm and private accommodation for varying prices. The dorms are big - both in terms of the number of people they cater for and their spacious feel. There is a guest kitchen, activities such as salsa and cooking classes most nights and even a great pool area complete with hammocks overhanging the pool!
Reception doubles as a travel centre with tour bookings available to places such as Celestun or Chichen Itza. Being centrally located the hostel is also close to some supermarkets, restaurants and bars.
Great pool area.
- Reviews: 57
Poc-Na Hostel: Island life on a budget
Poc Na Hostel is ideally located on Isla Mujeres - a mere 5 minute walk from Playa Norte (the island's main beach) and with it's own beachfront location. A huge outdoor area complete with palm trees and hammocks sets the tone for a relaxed stay, along with nightly bands and activities at the beach bar.
The hostel has both budget dorms with shared bathrooms and more expensive private rooms. Dorms close to the beach bar are a little loud, but there are many dorms to choose from. Along with outdoor areas there is also an indoor bar / sitting area and a games room with couches and a book exchange. Reception doubles as an on-site tour desk with activities such as snorkeling, diving and whale shark tours available. Free activities, such as yoga and language classes, are also often available to guests at the hostel.
Poc Na is conveniently located a short walk from beaches, the pier, internet cafes, bicycle hire and restaurants. Overall, a good budget base from which to explore the island and beyond.
Great views of the Caribbean. Central location.
- Reviews: 2
Twin room: JW Marriott Cancun Resort & Spa
If you like silence then this hotel is for you. It is located in the centr of tourist zone in Cancun. Hotel with own teritory and big beautiful beach with big waves.
Courteous staff and good service
Hotel Located so that Most rooms with ocean view.
Hotel's prices vary greatly depending on the season, sometimes there are special offers from this hotel
- Reviews: 2764
Holiday Inn: the best in town HI
well known international chain has a presence here, very nice in city center with friendly staff and full amenities hotels.The rooms are nice the building split in two levels with connecting doors and elevator available as well as AC rooms and pool.
pool and bar restaurant for me just perfect. TEMPS can be in the 40°C so very good idea to be in the pool or AC rooms
- Reviews: 4
El Dorado: Best Hotel
Fantastic Holiday and Hotel could not fault it. The accommodation was stunning and we had out own Jacuzzi in our room. The maids each day made little animals from our towells which were cute. The complex had 10 resturants all differnet styles and the food was amazing, the most interesting was the Fondu resturant where you go up into the trees to eat your meal. There are also plenty of bars and swimming pools including a health bar if you feel you have over-loaded on the calories!!
There are plently of water sports and activities to take part in. Customer service was second to none and it was one of the best holidays we have ever head. The bar dedicated to Martini's helped!
- Reviews: 1
near the airport: mexico city convenient place to stay
I'm from Kansas in the US and in September 2011 I wanted to visit Mexico City for the first time. I met Adriana online and she's lives very near the Mexico City Juarez International Airport (you walk across the street and you're there). She met me when I got off the plane. And I rented a room in her house with private bath and stayed there for a week. The house is near the airport and the metro (train) station is also at the airport so i was able to get downtown to the Zocalo, Chapultepec and almost everywhere very easy, fast, and cheap on the metro. The 3 story house is in a safe and quiet area a short walk from the main Terminal. This room is on the second floor and has a private entrance, a king size bed, a private bathroom and shower with hot water. Irma's mother cleans the room and makes the bed everyday. This isn't a regular business. Since Adriana's brother moved out I was the first one who rented the room. But they are open to renting it to someone else by the day or by the week. The subway is a 10 minute walk through the airport, super convenient. There are many good restaurants in the airport. She used to live in Phoenix, Arizona, and speaks pretty good english. I paid $150 (US) per week. By the night its $40 (US). If you are interested you can contact her by email or by phone. Her email is email@example.com.
very near the airport but not noisy. near metro train.
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